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At Trusaic, we believe in turning challenges into opportunities. We thrive at the intersection of complicated regulations and complex data, and help employers to overcome ACA penalties, reduce costs, and achieve 100% compliance.
We’re here to help, every step of the way.
We specialize in effective, cost-reducing responses to IRS penalty notices, including:
IRS Letter 226J is a penalty notice issued by the IRS to an Applicable Large Employer (ALE) that the IRS identifies as having failed to comply with the Employer Mandate and at least one of the ALE’s full-time employees received a Premium Tax Credit (PTC) from a state or federal health exchange.
Letter 5005A is a notice issued to an Applicable Large Employer (ALE) that the IRS identifies as having failed to file annual ACA forms 1094-C and 1095-C with the IRS and/or failed to furnish Form 1095-C to the applicable full-time employees under IRC Section 6056.
Notice CP220J is a letter from the IRS assessing an Employer Shared Responsibility Payment (ESRP). Notice CP220J is a notice an employer can’t turn back from, as this notice demands payment of the ESRP after evaluating the employer's response to an IRS Letter 226J and determining that the employer still owes the ESRP.
This IRS notice is sent to employers as a precursor to ACA penalty assessments. Letter 5699 asks an employer to confirm the filing details specific to their operations, such as the Employer Identification Number and the date of filing.
If you’ve received an IRS penalty notice, it’s important to act quickly.
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